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- 1Mexico260 reviews
Cancun is incredibly safe, day or night. I travel there and the surrounding region a lot, many times solo, and have never had any problems with crime in over a decade's time. (I co-author a guidebook to the region.) The only caveat: though I'm not aware of any cartel activity it's best to stay away from drugs. Buying/selling/using them not ...
- 2Mexico134 reviews
My group of girlfriends and I found a great travel deal and spent 5 days and 4 nights in Cabo. It was the perfect balance of sun, relaxation, and debauchery. A great ladies trip!
- 3Mexico148 reviews
I love Playa! Stroll on 5th at night. Spend the day at the beach. It is one of the nicest since Cozumel shelters the coast. I stayed at condominios Xaman-ha. it is right on the beach and the view from the condo is awesome. It is in the Playacar Fase 1 section. So close to many parks like Xplor and ...
- 4Mexico15 reviews
amazing resort town. not much to see except the arco but within hotel borders, it's a divine place to rest.
- 5Mexico92 reviews
One of my favorite vacation spots. Great food, yoga, and relaxation on the beach. Off of the electrical grid, this place is powered by wind turbines and solar generators. This is the way Mexico was back in the day before the bottomless margaritas and all inclusive resorts.
- 6Mexico26 reviews
The biggest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, but it still feels like a village downtown. The city has been very proactive in keeping the center of the city vibrant, and sponsors live music and other events every night of the week. The colonial buildings are gorgeous (many getting redone by expats), and the market is massive and fascinating.
- 7Mexico7 reviews
It is a fun and safe place , with a lot of night life, outdoor activities.and lovely people
- 8Mexico115 reviews
Amazing beaches, great people! Loved every minute of our time here!
- 9Mexico100 reviews
Puerto Vallarta is a perfect blend of everything for all travelers. There is culture, nightlife, parasailing and jungle. I can't even get into all the things that are available. Try horseback riding in the jungle or ziplining. Enjoy the Malacon at night and the stunning Pacific Coast during the day.
- 10Mexico8 reviews
I've always loved Mexicali, where my father was born and still have family living. Great street foods, bars and strip clubs (if that's your thing), shopping, taco stands, mariscos (seafood), churches, venues for parties. They have a really great mall on the East side of Town and some excellent Chinese food.
- 11Mexico24 reviews
Mazatlan is an amazingly fun city! Rent jet skis to explore the ocean or explore the nightlife.
- 12Mexico6 reviews
Puerto Nuevo is the best spot for a fun and affordable lobster dinner. Known by visitors as Lobster Town - it is lively and made for tourists from north of the border, but there are some great places to eat fresh lobster at prices you could never find in the states. Lots of fun bars and flowing margaritas here too.
- 13Mexico18 reviews
This is a rather large city, though nothing like DF. We stayed at a nice little hotel downtown with a room next to a garden plaza ( I had fun telling my friends who were paranoid about cartel that there were two men with guns in the garden, they were not amused). We ate a nice outdoor cafe that felt ...
- 14Mexico263 reviews
This city never gets the love it deserves. It's cheap, easy to get around by subway, has the best street food on the planet, and tons interesting places to check out. The history of the city is incredible. In one place you can view Aztec ruins, Spanish colonial churches, and rising skyscrapers. You might find you never eat in a ...
- 15Mexico69 reviews
Chichen Itza is one of the most mind-blowing archeological sites on the planet. The sprawling complex of pyramids, temples, and other sites (including a court for an early version of basketball where the losers lost their heads) is amazing. It is a couple of hours drive from Cancun or Tulum.
- 16Mexico5 reviews
- 17Mexico12 reviews
Teotihuacan is about an hour or so outside of Mexico City. This is the site of the massive ruins of the pre-Columbian period indigenous people of Mexico. The ruins are spectacular and fascinating to see, with the large scale city that used to be here. The pinnacle of these ruins are the two large pyramids built here. The Sun and ...
- 18Mexico19 reviews
Long days in the sun, 4wheel driving, picking out seashells and sand dollars, floating in warm water with a beer, and stopping at friends' houses down the beach for homemade Mexican food and more beer. That's Baja California and it's awesome.I spent my summers and Christmas vacations here growing up, and still go back whenever I can.
- 19Mexico68 reviews
I love Tijuana. We go down at least 4 times a year and always have a wonderful time and make new friends. Probably not a good vacation spot for a family, but very fun if you are 20-50 looking for excitement. Great nightlife and everyone is in a festive and friendly mood. Tons of clubs to dance or low key ...
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- 20Mexico21 reviews
First off, beautiful beaches--you can't beat the Caribbean. Then there's a good variety of places to settle down, depending on your vacation style: Playa del Carmen is liveliest (lots of nightlife), Tulum is very chilled-out (and a lot more spread out--you'll at least need a bike, if not a car) and Puerto Morelos is a very cool under-the-radar, very Mexican-feeling ...